Posts Tagged ‘space’
Natural Law is a term that is used for so many different descriptions and is actually ambiguous. It can be the law of nature; a philosophical law related to ethics and morality, or many other laws where rules are applied.
Greek philosophers, such as Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, specifically distinguished between the law of the land and the law of nature. The law of the land was specific to the cities, districts and government whereas the Law of Nature is the same everywhere.
In physics one might even say that the Law of Gravity is a Natural Law, as it exists everywhere on the planet and throughout time. Technology has advanced such that we are able to influence gravity, yet we have not changed the inherent Law of Gravity. Read the rest of this entry »
My life is running in reverse right now – or so it seems. My energy is low and it is affecting my health. I took the time to sit today and ask my guides, “What am I missing here? I have been doing what you asked, helping others, being there for those that need me and working towards my goals and my highest good. Why are these things hitting me right now to knock me down again?”
The answer I received was eye opening and so simple. “Sheri, it is time to clear the clutter, so you can move forward again.”
Clutter is one of those things that can hold us back, that can take us in reverse, or just put a wall up in front of us, so we don’t achieve our true higher potential. Read the rest of this entry »
Many of you tend to ‘collect stuff’ which actually tends to hold you down, and smother you and your spirit. As you do some deep cleaning of your physical space, you will find that you begin to breathe easier and the weight on your chest dissolves. Find one thing that you can pass along, as sharing your good fortune with others also raises your vibration and brings you into alignment with joy and goodwill. One person’s junk is another person’s treasure. Read the rest of this entry »
Creating a sacred space within our homes is essential to our well-being and emotional health. How many times have you needed a time out, or place of refuge to clear your mind? Seeking peace and balance is vital, with all of the breakdowns and breakthroughs occurring in our personal lives, and the world today.
You don’t need to invest much money since simplicity is key. From past experience, the best place to start is by removing all the ‘stuff’ in your living space that is no longer needed, or wanted. Sell it. Donate it. Or toss it – depending on the value and sentiment. Read the rest of this entry »
Are you feeling stuck in your relationships or career? It is time to disentangle yourself from that which is no longer serving you in your life. Let go of people, jobs, careers, ‘stuff’ that are holding you back and keeping you stuck. Every time you remove something old from your life, it allows space for something new to come in.
Sometimes, when you feel stuck, the easiest way to get the energy moving again is to begin to de-clutter your physical space. You like to accumulate a lot of ‘stuff’ and then you get attached to this stuff, and attachment breeds ‘stuck energy.’ In order for energy to flow freely, as it should, it is important for you to simplify your life. What in your life do you need to get rid of? Read the rest of this entry »
This year’s final Full Moon is today, on Christmas Day, December 25th, 2015. The Native Americans and the Celts traditionally refer to today’s Full Moon as the “Full Cold Moon” or the “Long Night’s Moon.” Neo-pagans also know it as the “Moon before Yule.”
This year the Winter Solstice took place on December 21st, 2015 – the date on which the day in the Northern Hemisphere is the shortest and the night is longest. Due to the long, dark nights at this time of year, and the fact that the Moon’s orbit travels a high path across the sky, the Full Moon stays in the sky a long time. It is worthwhile to look out for. This is the time of the year when the Northern Hemisphere is held in the icy grip of winter. Traditionally, most of the time around this period was spent in leisure pursuits: teaching traditions to the youngsters, and re-telling the stories of the ancestors. The Celts traditionally have a ceremony welcoming the return of the Long Days. Read the rest of this entry »
Did you know that living in a geopathic stress zone can affect your health and well-being? “Geopathic stress” refers to anomalies or stress in the earth’s magnetic field that are harmful to humans, animals and plants, in fact, to all living things. The word “geopathic” is derived from the Greek geo meaning land or earth, and pathos meaning suffering or disease.
To understand what causes this and its effects, it is first important to know that the molten metal core in the middle of the earth acts like a magnet activated by the earth’s rotation on its axis, and to lightning in particular. The earth’s energy fields form a geometric grid pattern that is thought to be equivalent to the acupressure points on our bodies. Some phenomena are also linked to the grid points such as sacred places around the world and the Bermuda Triangle, among others.
Affecting the earth’s magnetic field are natural phenomena such as underground streams, fault lines, craters, mineral concentrations, plus human influences, such as man-made lakes, building, installation of water, sewer and electric services, power lines and grids. The harmful effect is particularly magnified if a man-made event occurs on or near the natural events. It has the effect of magnifying the discordant frequencies. Read the rest of this entry »
Anyone who lives in a big city knows that space is at a premium these days. And that’s just elbow room. We seldom talk about our psychic space, which is constantly being bombarded. How in the world do we protect ourselves?
First and foremost, you need to have healthy boundaries. Each of us needs and deserves to have a safe place, a sense of self-worth, and protection from others. Think about what happens to a beach that is battered constantly by waves. It will wear down and eventually disappear. If you don’t have boundaries, your very identity will be like those grains of sand.
Learning to connect back to the Earth and nature is essential to our well-being. This can be as simple as walking without shoes in a natural space, or by keeping plants in your living space. When we are separate from our natural selves, we lose perhaps the most important part of our soul. By walking in nature, you are literally reconnecting. Like a lightning bolt discharging energy when it strikes solid ground, you are releasing all the negative energies that accumulate in your body. Take a friend, or walk your dog if you have one. Read the rest of this entry »